Just in time for the spookiest time of year, Xbox is handing out plenty of treats with no tricks attached. The best part is, there are a few ways to enter, including by eating a bunch of deep-fried tacos from Taco Bell. Now until Saturday, November 23, Xbox and Taco Bell are collaborating once again to give away a variety of Xbox One swag to several lucky (and hungry) consumers. Among the prizes you can win is a limited-edition gaming system, the Xbox One X Eclipse, which will make the iconic Taco Bell ring noise each time you power up the console. The Xbox One X Eclipse bundle will also include a second series Xbox Elite Wireless Controller, which will officially launch on November 4, meaning several winners will receive the new controller a few weeks or days ahead of its release date. Additional prizes up for grabs include a six-month membership for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, which provides you with an Xbox Live membership, as well as access to Microsoft’s gaming subscription-based service featuring more than 100 first- and third-party console and PC games. There are a few ways you can enter the giveaway, either by purchasing the Double… Read full this story
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